Cartel Big J warns Music Groups to Refrain from Breaking Up

Praye on Music Group Break-ups

Cartel Big J also known as Praye Tietia, a member of the Ghanaian music group Praye has charged music groups to stay together for life once they set foot in the music industry as such.

According to him, this is because of the fact that the group owes the listener/fan, the responsibility to stay the same way it was initially accepted.

Real name Stephen Fiawoo, he made this assertion at Okay 101.7 FM‘s Wednesday Live event held at the West Hills Mall in Weija, Accra on Wednesday.

He however noted that these musicians in groups can go solo but the mileage won’t be the same as a group.

He made this known when addressing the issue of music group break-ups in Ghana’s music industry.

Eugene Baah, popularly known as Praye Honeho (Choirmaster) also added that if one wants to go solo, he/she must groom him/herself to the stage you got to.

The group confirms they are back with some good energy. They are currently promoting three (3) songs — these include ‘Gbang Gban’, ‘Adesoa’, and ‘Disco Lights’.


Source: Yaw Sarpong |